Orlando Police bicycle officers seize stolen guns, drugs during bust

Officers from the Orlando Police Department Parramore Bikes unit recently seized a multitude of drugs and firearms during a bust at a local home.

According to OPD, in coordination with the Crime Center, the OPD Parramore Bikes executed a search warrant at a home on Jackson Street on Monday, March 7.

During their search, officers discovered and seized approximately 51 grams of cocaine, 11 grams of MDMA, 680 grams of cannabis, and nearly $1,500 in cash.

In addition to the drugs, three firearms were located in the home. According to authorities, two of those firearms were previously reported stolen.

The OPD Parramore Bikes unit has made similar arrests in recent months.

In January, the team executed a seizure of nearly 300 grams of MDMA, over 50 grams of Cocaine, 17 grams of Fentanyl, and $17,000 in cash.

Last July, an OPD Parramore Bikes officer investigated two apartments over the course of a month and a half and uncovered a crack cocaine operation. That operation was shut down and a large quantity of drugs, stolen weapons, and cash were uncovered.

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